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Michigan Route 99
|The southern terminus of
M-99 is at the Ohio State Line in a heavily rural area southeast of
Frontier. Continuing on from here into the Buckeye State is OH 15.
(PHOTO # 1: Tom Weinkauf | December 28, 2002)
|Shown here is the
perspective of OH 15 North as it transitions into M-99. The first
M-99 North trailblazer can be seen in the background.
(PHOTO # 2: Tom Weinkauf | December 28, 2002)
|The northern terminus of
M-99 is at I-496 (Exit 5) in Lansing. Straight ahead is the
beginning of the
Capitol Loop, a special loop route off of I-496 through downtown
Lansing, in the eastbound direction.
(PHOTO # 1: Brandon Gorte | December 1, 2002)
|Here is a view of the
beginning of M-99 South, as seen from the eastbound I-496 Service Drive.
The first reassurance marker is visible on the right side.
(PHOTO # 2: Don Hargraves | March 8, 2003)
|The western terminus of the
Capitol Loop also marks the starting point for M-99 South.
(PHOTO # 3: Don Hargraves | March 8, 2003)
|This is the 0.5 mile advance
exit signage for M-99 on I-496 West. In 1991, all of Logan Street
in the City of Lansing was co-named Martin Luther King Boulevard.
A few years later, the roadway became exclusively Martin Luther King
Boulevard. Signage erected along I-496 in the mid 1990s showed
both street names. When MDOT noted the change in 1999, however,
rather than replace these signs, they simply covered up the Logan Street
(PHOTO # 4: Chris Bessert | April 12, 2003)
2003, Michigan Highway Ends
Page Created: March 10, 2003
Last Updated: May 22, 2003